If you are experiencing memory loss, please consult the 10 Warning Signs to help you distinguish the difference between normal aging and something more serious.
To learn more about Alzheimer's and dementia, attend one of our Chapter's VIRTUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Need additional assistance?
Our 24-hour Helpline is 800.272.3900. Sometimes you need help at odd hours or when others are not around. Please, do not hesitate to call this Helpline. You will speak with trained dementia specialists and they are available anytime night or day. We are here for you. If after calling the Helpline, you need to speak with someone at one of our offices, please call to make an appointment. The Helpline phone number can connect you with the office closest to you.